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Franck Pachot

Oracle 12c In-Memory option: waiting for 12.1.0.2

By | Database management, Oracle | 2 Comments

Oracle has announced a big feature that should come in the next 12c patch set: the In-Memory option. It will soon be in beta version, so nothing will be published about it until it comes to production. Before that phase, I’m going to explain what we can expect from that feature, besides the ‘In-Memory’,’columnar storage’, and ‘hybrid’ buzzwords. First, it is a redundant storage that is aimed to improve the query performance. But this is…

 
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Stéphane Haby

SQL Server 2014 – New Features: xVelocity memory optimized columnstore index

By | Application integration & Middleware | No Comments

Some customers or colleagues recently asked me about the SQL Server concept xVelocity and in particular the SQL Server 2014 feature new xVelocity memory optimized columnstore index. So I decided to write a few words on the dbi services blog. What is xVelocity? Introduced in SQL Server 2012, xVelocity is composed of two features:  xVelocity in-memory analytics engine  xVelocity memory-optimized columnstore index xVelocity in-memory analytics engine The xVelocity in-memory analytics engine is an update of…

 
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Stéphane Savorgnano

SQL Server 2014 CTP2: In-Memory Advisor for Tables and Stored Procedures

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One of the best new functionalities of Microsoft SQL Server 2014 is the In-Memory part, which gives you the possibility to load tables and also Stored Procedures in-memory for a very fast response time. The Community Technology Preview 2 from Microsoft SQL Server 2014 went out some days ago with two new Advisors. These Advisors will help you manage the transformation of your disk tables to Memory Optimized Tables as well as your Stored Procedures…

 
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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: Day 4 – In-Memory, the next big thing in Oracle 12c

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Let’s talk about the 4th day in San Francisco at Oracle OpenWorld 2013. Many conferences, hands on labs, keynotes and so on. Some sessions are in the biggest room with many people. Today, we will focus on the new In-Memory option. I have already posted about that feature, but today, I went to an In-Memory session to get a little more details on it – many pictures and less text (easier to gigest ;-). Larry…

 
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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: First day – In-Memory, Perl for DBAs, and RDBMS Forensics

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Oracle Open World 2013 just started this Sunday morning, 22 October. I’m very happy to be part of such an event this year as an attendee and as a speaker. It’s a very impressive event with lots of people (60.000) until the 26th. In the following days, I’ll keep you informed of the most interesting things I’ll see. Let’s talk about the first day! Even for the first day and for a Sunday, it was…

 
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